No discovery of Flight MH370 remains while investigators try to establish links with Germanwings crash!

It’s been a year since the disappearance of the mighty Boeing 777 with Captain Zaharie Shah and 227 passengers along with 12 crew members. Sadly, they have never been seen again. Captain Shah performed his routine of flying the Boeing 777 countless times before. However, something went terribly wrong while he was flying the aircraft to Beijing. Soon afterward, the Flight MH370 disappeared completely from the face of the earth.

It’s still a great mystery as to what happened to the aircraft. This is a world where every moment is being recorded by someone or somewhere. Even then, the best investigators failed to provide a single shred of evidence regarding the possible crash site of this aircraft. Around 62,000 million pounds were fruitlessly spent during a search conducted on a massive 10,000 square miles area of the Southern Indian Ocean, using sophisticated underwater mapping machines.

For now, people are waiting for an interim report to be released by Malaysia’s Department of Civil Aviation regarding the disappearance of Flight MH370. In the meantime, Liow Tiong Lai, transport minister of Malaysia promised that the aircraft will be found within weeks. Meanwhile, the waiting keeps going on for families who have lost their loved ones in this mishap.

Prime Minister of Australia, Tony Abbott declared that it’s not possible for the search to continue with this intensity forever. Around a year ago, the Flight MH370 left Kuala Lumpur at 12:41am and was headed towards Beijing. The last established contact was at 1:19am when the co-pilot radioed, ‘’Goodnight Malaysian three seven zero.’’

Around two minutes later, the plane failed to check in with the air traffic control located in Vietnam. The radar indicated that a sharp left turn was taken with an alarm raised at 5:30am. However, no distress signal was ever picked up. Meanwhile, the 53-year-old Captain Zaharie Shah had his personal flight simulator at home.